During FPW, Rite-Aid Pharmacy gives award to Cleveland for smoke alarm installation program

Blog Post created by ryan.quinn Employee on Oct 23, 2012

During Fire Prevention Week, Susan Henderson, senior vice-president and chief communications officer of Rite Aid Pharmacy, presented the Cleveland Fire Department and the Cleveland Chapter of the Red Cross with a $10,000 check for their partner program, Operation Save-A-Life, in which firefighters and Red Cross volunteers install smoke alarms in Cleveland residents’ homes. Rite-Aid is touring 12 cities around the country to celebrate its 50th anniversary with 50 acts of wellness.

Pictured below is Cleveland Fire Chief Timothy O’Toole in the center. On Chief O’Toole’s left is Mary Alice-Frank, CEO of the American Red Cross of Greater Cleveland, and on the chief’s right is Susan Henderson of Rite-Aid. Larry Gray, public information officer for the Cleveland Fire Department is in the first row, last on the right. Also pictured are employees of the Cleveland Fire Department and Rite Aid.